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Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy filing oil price fell to $95

Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy filing oil price fell to $95

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[the Chinese Ambassador can see a blurred image in the eyepiece; finally turn the fine-tuning focal wheel national coating information] dragged down by the concerns caused by Lehman Brothers, the European stock market closed down on the 15th, creating the fourth largest one-day decline since 2008

comprehensive foreign news on September 15, European stock markets closed down on the 15th, creating the fourth largest one-day decline since 2008. Lehman Brothers Holdings' bankruptcy filing further reduced global confidence in the financial industry, and prompted the central banks of major countries to jointly intervene in the money market again

the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 index fell 3.5% to 270.69 points. Financial stocks fell sharply, with both insurance and banking stocks down 6%

all classes of stocks in the market fell, and the number of declining stocks was much higher than that of the upper market, while there was a great distinction between foreign and domestic rising stocks

Germany DAX30 index fell 2.7% to 6064.16 points. The French CAC-40 index fell 3.8% to 4168.97. The FTSE 100 index fell 3.9% to 5204.20

the central banks of major countries have expressed their willingness to support the money market, trying to stabilize investor sentiment

the Federal Reserve said over the weekend that it would extend the term of loan instruments and allow more types of securities, including stocks, to be used as loan collateral. The European Central Bank and the Bank of England also announced measures to ease the pressure on the money market

financial stocks led European markets lower. HBOS fell particularly significantly, down 17.6%. Natixis fell 14.6%

UBS fell 14.5% after a Swiss newspaper reported that it would make another $5billion write off

Barclays, which had previously considered acquiring Lehman Brothers, fell 9.8%

insurance stocks also performed poorly. Swiss Re fell 8.1%; Prudential fell 9.3%; AXA fell 8.5%

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